Amerind's Director and Chief Curator are available to speak to your organization. Following is information about both, and depending on the date, one of them will be pleased to offer a presentation.
Dr. Eric J. Kaldahl is a Registed Professional Archaeologist who has participated in archaeological projects in east-central and southern Arizona, Nebraska, Missouri, and Illinois. He has worked for Old Pueblo Archaeology Center of Tucson and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Anthropology & Geography. Most recently he worked for the Tohono O'odham Nation government as a curator for the tribe's new Cultural Center & Museum. He became Amerind Foundation's Chief Curator in October 2007.
These are just some of the topics the speakers can address:
Southeast Arizona archaeology including Native American and Spanish archaeological sites from ancient Clovis times (11,000 B.C.) through Spanish Colonial period (AD 100s-1800s).
Southwest Migrations through the Centuries from earliest times up to today.
History of the Amerind Foundation - the development of the foundation (established 1937) and it's contribution to understanding the history of Native people in Arizona, New Mexico, and Chihuahua Mexico.
We would be glad to talk with you about other topics that might work well with your particular group - email us firstname.lastname@example.org
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